Local choral ensemble returns to Cerimon house, with continued commitment to performance with purpose
A Mozart Players concert explores music by living composers—and raises questions of preparation and appropriated meaning.
We stumble upon a Hall of Fame inductee, learn about joiking and konnakol, and hear from the audients.
The 49th Oregon Bach Festival has lately been looking a bit like a Blah-ch Festival. If the venerable University of Oregon music institution is ever to regain the cultural primacy it once enjoyed in its glory days, I’m afraid we’ll need to wait for new artistic and executive leadership. Happily, that’s on the way, with […]
When Sarah Tiedemann was growing up in Hillsboro in the 1980s, the city looked quite different than it does now. Its residents were mostly white, its identity mostly derived from its agricultural heritage. Now, Hillsboro is Oregon’s fourth largest city, many of its residents work in tech-related fields, and many are people of color from […]